Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Wishes Guests A Good Night With New Spa Treatment To Help Them Sleep

The Mandarin Spa launches a Sleep Ritual treatment in January 2009. Priced at HK$1,400 for a 90-minute treatment, the ritual is designed to induce sleep through the use of music, scents and massage, relaxing the mind and body simultaneously
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Jan. 2, 2009 - PRLog -- Guests at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong can always expect to enjoy a good night’s sleep, but for those who need additional help to relax, The Mandarin Spa  is offering a  Sleep Ritual treatment from January 2009.  Priced at HK$1,400 for a 90-minute treatment, the ritual is designed to induce sleep through the use of music, scents and massage, thereby relaxing the mind and body simultaneously.

“It’s a fact of modern life that most people don’t get enough sleep,” says Spa Director Lynsey Hughes.  “We all know that chronic sleep problems have been associated with a wide range of serious health consequences, and people who suffer from lack of sleep are less productive and more likely to suffer an injury or accident.  Everyone can benefit from better sleep, and this treatment has been designed to instill peace and tranquility for a restful night.”

The Sleep Ritual consists of a Deep Relax Aromatherapy Massage with soothing vetiver, sandalwood and chamomile oils.  Aromatherapy-style massage techniques help to promote the flow of energy throughout the body, while Swedish massage, particularly effleurage and other slow stroking movements, provide a sedating effect.

Deep relaxation and sleep improvement is achieved through carefully applied pressure concentrated on the cranial and sacral areas and along the spinal column.  These are most powerful movements and are crucial to a successful treatment.  

Stomach massage is also included and aids in helping to release negative emotion.  At the end of the treatment a soya milk drink (containing the sleep-inducing amino acid tryptophan), oats (to promote relaxing sleep) and nutmeg (an Ayurvedic remedy for restful sleep) is served.  

For chronic insomnia, an additional 30-minute Shirodhara treatment is recommended.  Priced at HK$700, this Ayurvedic therapy leads to a calm and meditative state by means of warm oil applied in a steady flow to the forehead.  

Alternatively, for insomniacs seeking a quick pick-me-up during the day, the Mandarin Salon’s 15-minute hair wash and scalp massage for men, is a perfect excuse for a power nap.  “This is a very soothing treatment and often sends people to sleep for a short nap,” says Lynsey Hughes.  “It leaves clients feeling refreshed, restored and with great hair.”

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong’s spacious room interiors incorporate contemporary luxuries and thoughtful touches to delight even the seasoned traveller. Best of all, the rooms give a warm sense of welcome as if each guest  were returning home, making it the perfect choice for a good night’s sleep. The hotel’s Delight Rate, is priced from HK $2,900 per night.  

About Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a true reflection of 21st -century luxury combined with Oriental heritage.  With an unbeatable location in the heart of Central this elegant hotel is renowned for its award-winning, personalised service delivered in intimate and well-appointed surroundings.  Featuring spacious and luxurious guestrooms and suites, ten individual restaurants and bars, a Shanghainese-inspired holistic Spa, traditional barber, hair salon, fitness facility with skyline views and penthouse pool, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a much loved home away from home for both guests and local residents alike.

Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel directly on [+852] 2522 0111 or through Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s worldwide sales and reservations offices or the Group’s direct on-line reservations service at

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and The Mandarin Spa are delighted to have been awarded The Mobil Travel Guide’s coveted Five-Star status.  This is the guide’s highest accolade and denotes an “exceptional hotel that delivers consistently superlative service and a luxury environment with the ultimate in amenities”.  For more information and reservations visit

For further information, please contact:
Katherine Anthony
Public Relations Director
Telephone: +852 2825 4060

About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels and resorts.  Mandarin Oriental now operates, or has under development, 40 hotels representing over 10,000 rooms in 24 countries, with 16 hotels in Asia, 14 in The Americas and 10 in Europe and North Africa.
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With its breathtaking location by Victoria Harbour, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has been a landmark at the heart of the city for almost half a century. Winner of a stream of awards, we offer 502 rooms and suites with every luxury of first class travel.
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